LAHORE - Talking to the media, shining star of GCU Muhammad Ali Aun aspired to serve the ailing humanity by joining the medical profession. Having shown complete dismay in Pakistans political scenario, he prayed for the well-being of the nation which is embroiled in the menace of corruption and natural calamities. He credited his 146-year-old alma mater, parents and particularly professors for stunning achievement. Without their experienced input in his academic refinement, I could never have developed the right skills for analysis and comprehension, he added. Another Ravian position-holder, Rana Adil Farman appreciated his institution, GC University Lahore for its role in creating brilliant students. He said it caters to students overall grooming so as to transform them into good individuals. He felt pride in his association with debates and quiz during his stay at the GCU. Adil declared Ravian Nobel-Laureate Dr Abdus Salam as his role model, who was an academic high achiever and the chief editor of the GCU magazine, The Ravi. 'BISE TAKING STEPS TO MAINTAIN TRANSPARENCY' Chairman Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Lahore, Muha-mmad Akram Kashmiri has said that Board is trying to maintain maximum transparency in the examination system. Addressing a ceremony held in connection with the announcement of Intermediate annual examination results 2010 on Saturday at Alhamra Hall-II, he said that a new software was being prepared for the marking of objective type papers. He said that due to gloomy environment in the country, simple ceremony was held as contrary to the past. He said that Board had taken many steps to maintain transparency in the examination system including syndicate marking and preparation of new software for the objective type question papers. He said that practical examinations were also not being conducted in the institutions where students had studied. Kashmiri said that for the registration of the students seeking admission for supplementary examination, an online system was being introduced wherein student would be able to get himself registered with Board online. At the end of the ceremony, the Chairman distributed cash prizes, medals and certificates among the students who got positions. First Prize was Rs25,000 cash with gold medal and certificate, second prize Rs15,000 with silver medal and third prize was Rs10,000 with bronze and certificate. The ceremony was also attended by Dr Tasleem Akhtar, Principal Government College for Women Samanabad who spoke on behalf of Higher Education Department. She said that a new four-year degree programme was being introduced in the 26 colleges of the province.